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If you think all you need to do is put something into the box, think again.The Electronic Signature Act (ESA) was passed through the United States Congress in 2002, by the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESSNA) (PDF, 4 pages) signed in October of that year.ESA's provisions on eSignatures require that a signature of a minor or an incompetent, or someone who is unable to sign for themselves, be authenticated electronically and submitted to government agencies. As with any transaction or activity, it must be authorized by someone with the requisite authority and the requisite authority is that of a duly authorized agent.You should understand that, in order to be authorized to sign a valid document and submit the document to an agency, the person in question should be either able to read or understand the English language.If your child does not have the requisite authority, then you would need to obtain the appropriate authorization from the court in which the child resides.